Make the Most of Madrid Monitor with All-New Video Tutorials

October 2, 2017

Have you heard? Madrid Monitor will soon become WIPO’s best and only tool for tracking your international trademark application or registration. Our brand-new series of free Madrid Monitor training videos can help get you started.

Starting December 1, ROMARIN, Madrid e-Alert and Madrid Realtime Status will be discontinued and replaced with Madrid Monitor, providing a simpler and more streamlined way to monitor trademarks registered through the Madrid System. Users can also use Madrid Monitor to access the WIPO Gazette of International Marks, the official publication of the Madrid System.

To better support you through this transition, we’ve created a series of free video tutorials to help you get familiar with all that Madrid Monitor has to offer.

Watch and learn: tutorial topics at a glance

Designed for both new and seasoned Madrid System users, our new eight-part tutorial series is available online now and offers step-by-step instructions and tips on how to make the most of Madrid Monitor’s best features. In just a few minutes, you can learn to:

  • do a simple search with key words or numbers
  • filter your search results
  • view and download a trademark record
  • use the advanced search
  • save and share search reports
  • access the WIPO Gazette; or
  • obtain real-time updates on your application or registration

Ready to get started? Check out the first video in our series.

About Madrid Monitor

Madrid Monitor is WIPO’s customized tool for following the latest developments on all trademarks registered through the Madrid System and tracking the status of your international application or registration.

Developed in-house, Madrid Monitor introduces a number of features designed with Madrid System users in mind — making it simpler than ever to browse, save and share over 900,000 trademark records, and keep an eye on competitors’ marks.

For more on the features and benefits of the Madrid Monitor, check out our e-services webpage.

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